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Buddhist nationalists confused Morgan Freeman with Annan



Earlier, Freeman had mixed not only with Annan, but also with former South African President Nelson Mandel.

Rangoon, Aug 30 (TASR) – A leading anti-Muslim group of Buddhist nationalists in Myanmar has criticized former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan on social media, but mistakenly mislead him with actor Morgan Freeman in his criticisms. The AP announced this today.

The Myanmar government announced last week that Kofi Annan, head of the UN from 1997-2006, will head the search committee "long-term solutions"About the conflict in the state of Jacobin. Several human rights groups have reported widespread abuse of the Rohing Muslim minority. The Myanmar Anti-Muslim Patriotic Association (Ma Ba Ta), led by Buddhist monks, has been accused of inciting violence in the region by dead Muslims.

The association condemned Annan's involvement in the Facebook status conflict on Monday. It said that "a ridiculous looking and disrespectful person cannot talk about our own problems in the country".

The situation included a photo, but not Annan, but Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman. Freeman was crossed out in red on the photo "X"and the accompanying text reads:"We don't need Annan's coffee, he's gone."

This status flies around the media and taunts social network users in Myanmar.

Earlier, Freeman had mixed not only with Annan, but also with former South African President Nelson Mandel.


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